Auction Items

Fine Furniture, Paintings, Bronzes & Effects

  • LOT NUMBER 31

    A Pair of Royal Worcester Figural Candle-holders in the form of ivory glazed female water carriers draped in green and peachy-beige robes frosted with gilding and bearing on their heads candle cup vessels decorated with gilt key-pattern friezes. The round gilded bases marked on underside with green Kerr & Binn's devices for 1911 and 2/125, 9½ ins (24 cms) in height.

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  • LOT NUMBER 32

    A Royal Worcester Spill Vase. The fluted body with a frilled out-flared rim decorated with sprays of meadow flowers and berries on a peach-blush ground and raised on a round lily pad foot edged in gilding, 7½ ins (19 cms) in height, Kerr & Binns device for 1913, G1015.

    Sold For: £65.00

  • LOT NUMBER 33

    A Pair of Fine Early 19th Century Porcelain Baskets. The boat shaped vessels having pierced lattice sides with delicately painted garlands of flowers trailing around the inside border and floral bouquets in oval panels to the centre. The cream glazed external sides having green glazed borders enriched with gilding and standing on flared oval pedestals pierced with fanned leaves and encompassed by a laurel wreath with a cream glazed rectangular base decorated with gilt anthemions, 8 ins (20 cms) in height, 11 ins x 7½ ins (28 cms x 19 cms). Blue under-glazed crossed swords to base (one A/F).

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  • LOT NUMBER 34

    A Delightful Oval Porcelain Plaque painted with 18th Century style Cherry pickers gathering fruit and mounted in a moulded gilt frame, 11 ins x 7½ ins (28 cms x 19 cms).

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  • LOT NUMBER 35

    A Small Rectangular Sèvres Box. The cushion lid painted with a romantic scene of young couple sat beneath a tree in a turquoise blue glazed border enriched with gilding. The back and front hand painted with rural landscapes and edged in gilt beading, 4¼ ins x 3¾ x 1¾ ins (11 x 9.5 x 4.5 cms).

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  • LOT NUMBER 36

    A Set of Eight Sèvres Style Cabinet Plates; the centre panels painted with busts of 18th Century style women in turquoise blue glazed borders decorated with three subsidiary panels of floral sprays and edged in gilding, 8¼ ins (21 cms) in diameter.

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  • LOT NUMBER 37

    A Pair of Sèvres Garniture Vases with Covers. The turquoise-blue glazed bodies having painted panels depicting romantic scenes with couples in garden landscapes on one side and workmen; one with an axe; one with a scythe in rural settings on the other, framed in gilding; the fronts adorned with ruby & white enamelled beads. The domed covers surmounted by seeding finial knops raised above fanned stiff leaves. The sides mounted with ormolu goats' heads bearing ring handles in their mouths. Standing on round pedestals and cast gilt bronze plinths, 20½ ins (52 cms) in height.

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  • LOT NUMBER 38

    A 19th Century French ''Serves'' Clock Set. The clock having a round painted dial signed Richond Bd. MontMartre 11 and decorated with a winged cherub holding a garland of roses set into a turquoise blue glazed urn enriched with gilded floral ornamentation and surmounted by a pair of ormolu love birds perched on a cascading bouquet of flowers with lion masks bearing knotted tassel handles to the sides. The breakfront D-ended base mounted with a winged cherub either side of the flared clock pedestal holding between them a swag of flowers, 21 ins (54 cms) in height. The garnitures having five foliate scrolling candle branches around a central raised light with flaming finial cap. The baluster urns painted with romantic scenes on one side and floral bouquets on the other, raised on decoratively cast pedestal bases, 22½ ins (57 cms) in height.

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  • LOT NUMBER 39

    A Pair of Fine 19th Century Sèvres Vases mounted with gilt bronze handles in the form of seeding foliate branches above rams heads bearing garlands of oak leaves in their mouths. The sides painted with figure groups in landscape on oval panels signed McBertrand, and wooded landscapes on the reverse sides edged in raised gilding on a deep blue glazed ground enriched with raised scrolling gilt ornamentation. Standing on pedestal feet and gilt bronze mounts, 22 ins (56 cms) in height.

    Sold For: £0.00

  • LOT NUMBER 40

    A 19th Century Gilt Bronze Cartel Clock in the Louis XV Style. The round enamelled dial set in a cast Rococo style case crested with sprays of swirling foliage and draped in pendant garlands, 23 ins (58 cms) in length.

    Sold For: £560.00



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